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The face of control: Corrugator supercilii tracks aversive conflict signals in the service of adaptive cognitive control

Berger, Anja ; Mitschke, Vanessa ; Dignath, David ; Eder, Andreas ; Steenbergen, Henk


Cognitive control is the ability to monitor, evaluate, and adapt behavior in the service of long-term goals. Recent theories have proposed that the integral negative emotions elicited by conflict are critical for the adaptive adjustment of cognitive control. However, evidence for the negative valence of conflict in cognitive control tasks mainly comes from behavioral studies that interrupted ...


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